1 edition of Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants found in the catalog.
Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants
by Regional Research Laboratory, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research in Jammu-Tawi
Written in English
Contributed articles, most presented at symposia.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by C.K. Atal & B.M. Kapur.|
|Contributions||Atal, C. K., Kapur, B. M.|
|LC Classifications||SB293 .C84 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 877 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||877|
|LC Control Number||82905824|
Book Description. Medicinal Plants: Culture, Utilization and Phytopharmacology covers over species. Each chapter gathers valuable information from a wide variety of sources, and supplies it to the user in convenient table format, arranged alphabetically by scientific name, followed by the common name. Medicinal Plant: Cultivation: A Scientific Approach: Including Processing and Financial Guidelines by S.S. Purohit and S.P. Vyas. World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated that atleast 80% of the world population rely on traditional systems of medicine for their primary health needs. These systems are largely plant based. According to WHO over plant species .
Cultivation of medicinal plant can decrease the amount to which wild populations are harvested, it will also help to preserve plant species from extinction and will promote socio-economic growth. This chapter deals with the medicinal importance and cultivation of yam, sarpagandha, opium, periwinkle, aloe, guggal, belladonna, nux vomica. Companion vol. of: Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants. Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Other Titles: Cultivation & utilization of aromatic plants Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants. Cultivation & utilisation of medicinal and aromatic plants. Responsibility: edited by C.K. Atal & B.M. Kapur.
This book covers the comprehensive information on herbs cultivation & their utilization. We hope that this book will be very helpful for new Entrepreneurs, Herb Growers, professionals & research Institutions. Contents 1. MEDICINAL PLANTS-PRIORITIES IN INDIAN MEDICINES Medicinal Plants Based Drug Industry Medicinal Plants Based Drug Industries. National Medicinal Plant Mission: It has been started with the objective to integrate medicinal plants in agricultural systems by providing encouragement for its cultivation, improvement in quality of Ayush system of medicine, its integrity, effectiveness and security.
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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the Date Pages: Publisher: Basic information of China published title: medicinal and ornamental plant cultivation and utilization of List Price: 30 yuan Author: Zhang Yongqing compiled Press: Huaxia.
For along term and sustainable utilization programme for medicinal plants, it is imperative that medicinal plants are not only domesticated and put under cutlivation, but also conserved in the wild. This book is first of its kind thereby adding a new dimension to the cultivation, conservation and utilisation of medicinal s: 1.
To promote cultivation of medicinal plants, Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP) has developed a number of high yielding varieties, worked out Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants book and.
Cultivation of medicinal plants is advantageous from many points of view, which include the following: It ensures a correct natural source of the drug. The process of collection and harvesting of the drugs can be effectively monitored under cultivation, i.e., they can be collected at the right time and in the proper manner.
Book of Abstracts National Seminar on Cultivation, Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Medicinal Plants for Livelihood Improvement Book.
demand and utilization Of medicinal plants has increased globally. There is now a consenses regarding the importance of medicinal plants and traditional health systems in solving the health care problems, efficacy and safety Of medicinal plants in curing various diseases.
Because Of this growing. information on aromatic plants. The book covers method of cultivation and utilization of various aromatic plants. This is very useful book for farmers, technocrats, agriculture universities, libraries, new entrepreneurs etc.
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It is the use of plants for medicinal purposes, and the study of such uses. The word “ herb ” has been derived from the Latin word, “herba” and an old French word “herbe”. Now a days, herb refers to any part of the plant like fruit, seed, stem, bark, flower, leaf, stigma or a root, as well as a non-woody plant.
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This book reviews the current status of Threatened Medicinal Plants in light of increased surge in the demand for herbal medicine.
It will bring together chapters on both wild (non-cultivated) and domestic (cultivated) species having therapeutic value.
Medicinal plants research in Asia continues to receive significant national and international attention, particularly concerning its multiple roles in poverty alleviation and health care support.
However, scientific information on the institutional arrangements, the potentials of different medicinal plants production systems, and the utilization methods, remain highly fragmented.
Book review: Commercial cultivation of medicinal plants. It is an obvious business risk for a farmer to give up growing conventional crops that have assured returns and start growing medicinal plants. But the book under review shows precisely how to reduce such risk; indeed, such risk is entirely justified.
Growing herbs is easy to do, and people continue to turn their love for gardening into successful businesses growing and selling fresh cut herbs, herb plants, and other herb related products. Understanding the worth and heritage of excellence of Ayurveda in India the book makes an attempt to provide information on cultivation and medicinal use.
Cultivation and Utilization of Medicinal Plants Hardcover – January 1, by C.K. Atal and B.M. Kapur (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: C.K. Atal and B.M. Kapur. Scientific cropping of industrially important medicinal plant is an integrated approach with agricultural and forestry with optimum land and water resources utilization.
In India, various medicinal plants are cultivated and domesticated, therefore, International trade is looking to procure medicinal plant materials from India for the production.
The book covers different parameters of medicinal plants cultivation and various ways of their uses. It covers medicinal plants containing alkaloids, steroids flavonoids, glycosides, terpenoids, additives and other active metabolites.
We hope that this book will be useful not only for technologists, professionals, but also for farmers, traders.
About The Book Inthe Regional Research Laboratory, Jammu published two companion volumes, namely (1) Cultivation & Utilization of Medicinal Plants and (2) Cultivation and Utilization of Aromatic Plants. These compendia continue to serve as reference books.
Due to increased demand and significance of the subject matter, there was a growing need to. Medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) have accompanied mankind from its very early beginnings. Their utilization has co-evolved with homo sapiens itself bringing about a profound increase in our scientific knowledge of these species enabling them to be used in many facets of our life (e.g.
pharmaceutical products, feed- and food additives, cosmetics, etc.). Global and national markets have been growing for medicinal herbs, and significant economic gains are being realized through the sale of medicinal plant products. This chapter aims to provide an overview of the medicinal plant trade in some African countries and to explore its use by local companies.
The use of medicinal plants is old as the existence of mankind. According to World Health Organization (WHO) data, about 80% of world population are using products based on medicinal herbs. Phytotherapy is based on the use of herbal drugs and medicinal products for the purpose of prevention and treatment.
Rational phytotherapy is a modern concept of .Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants. Jammu-Tawi: Regional Research Laboratory, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, (OCoLC) Online version: Cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants.
Jammu-Tawi: Regional Research Laboratory, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, (OCoLC) Document.Medicinal plants are plants which are used in herbalism and thought to have certain extractable/compound in their leaves, stems, flowers and fruit for medicinal purposes.
These extracts are used as inputs in the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, insecticide and other chemical industries. The booklet is a guide to the most commonly utilisedFile Size: KB.